The 5 Worst Ways to Deal with Your Kids’ Purim Candy CravingsVIEW ARTICLE DETAILS
I love the ideas and tone of this article. The author has taken the opportunity of Purim prep to remind us of several different food messages, which are always important to remember. Yasher koach. Of special interest to me is the suggestion of eating good food first. I used to make sure that the children ate a good breakfast first thing in the morning, then when the candy made it on the scene it was not on an empty stomach. I also made a provision for each child to have his/her own storage of nosh, so that they would not overdo it in worry that someone else would come along and eat it. We had a pretty peaceful Purim when it came to nosh. A good chodesh!!!!